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Brainwavz ProAlpha IEM Headphones

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  • Big on Bass
  • Excellent reproduction of Rock R & B and Hip Hop
  • Bang for your Buck
  • 3 Sizes of Silicone
  • Hard Shell Case for transport
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Another Great Set of Headphones From Brainwavz - ProAlpha IEM A set of low cost budget earphones...OR ARE THEY!? These IEM are great value for money! Bold sounding wide soundstage and refined detail - these stick out as premium budget buds! The Brainwavz ProAlpha deliver a low bass nice smooth flowing mids and when combined with their no nonsense highs they produce audio of a standard beyond thier price range. The sound performance of these IEM's will be sure to please any Rock & Roll Hip Hop or R & B fans! Features Big on Bass Excellent reproduction of Rock R & B and Hip Hop Bang for your Buck 3 Sizes of Silicone tips Hard Shell Case for transport Sturdy and durable wire to maintain quality.


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sid Nuncius HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 7 Jun. 2014
I think these are very good earphones. They were sent to me by Brainwavz for review and, like others of theirs I have tried, they sound great once they are properly adjusted, and far better than I might expect at this price.

They come with a very nice little carrying case and a good range of silicone tips for a good fit. The build quality is very good; the earphones themselves are made of aluminium onto which you fit the tips which suit you best, and a robust plastic sound-chamber. They have a good silver connecting cable with decent strain relief and the jack is gold-plated. This is plainly a well-made product.

The description says that these ProAlpha earphones are "tuned for bass." They certainly are: the bass response is remarkable although middles are also rich and there is a good, bright treble which is hiss-free even at high volume. I tried these with my Test Playlist which I use for audio products beginning with 15th Century choral music, ending up with The Rolling Stones, Leonard Cohen and London Grammar and going through most things in between. They are fantastic on rock and anything which needs a good bass kick, and Leonard Cohen's deep, creaky voice on Old Ideas sounds phenomenal! Just for fun I turned the low bass up 10 dB on my equalizer to see what would happen and the earphones responded beautifully, with the deep bass on London Grammar's Hey Now absolutely rolling round my skull.

The strong bass does make them a little unbalanced in classical music, with the violins in a string quartet sounding a little too mixed back, for example, so they may not suit everyone, but if you want a real kick in the bass the sound is great.

Correct positioning in the ear is vital with earphones like this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Glenn Cook HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Jun. 2014
Brainwavz made really good headphones that deliver really good sound.
Their range is extensive and come in all price ranges and styles.
The hardest part is matching your needs to the headphones.

The M5s are a great addition to the range.

Now I was provided with mine to test from the company.
My review won't be as polished as others but more tailored towards what I would want to know if I were buying these earpieces.
Here goes.

The Sound.
The first thing to go for is the sound.
These are wonderful.
I put mine through the usual paces.
Firstly music.
Dweezil Zappa. This is an excellent test because the music is big band, brass and guitar and bass.
Brilliant. The sound was delivered perfectly.
next talking books.
Again I tried Big Finishes Doctor Who - Voyage to the New World.
Talking books are much quieter than music and I wanted to test how the earphones cut out outside sound.
Again they passed with flying colours. Dialogue was crisp and precise with the background noises and effects sublime. I was in Roanoke with Jago and Litefoot!
Other music like the light rock of John Mellencamp, Steve Miller's Wide River and finally the B52s really put the earpieces through their paces.
All where excellent.
To read up on the specs I don't need to include this here you can read it for yourself in the advert blurb.
All you need to know is that they sound superb.

Comfort.
Next up is comfort.
If you use these for any length of time they need to fit and be comfortable.
This is where the Brainwavz team really score.
They include 6 sets of silicone ear tips in Small, Medium and Large and a pair of
Comply (tm) foam tips S series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tim Shao on 6 Dec. 2011
The Brainwavz ProAlpha in many ways is quite similar to its sister, the M1, but it offers just that little bit more excitement. There is a much more prominent bass "punch", which will no doubt please the more bass minded listeners out there. The midrange still remains as clear as ever, and the treble just has that little more sparkle. While listening to genres such as rock and metal, these headphones really do bring the best out of your music, giving you that extra bass bite whilst still retaining that all important clarity in the vocals and keeping up with the faster tracks.

Compared to other headphones in the price range, (Skullcandys, CX300s, even the Klipsch X1), these are that little step above them all. You don't have to be an audiophile to appreciate these, just put them in your ears and let them completely transform your music.

Personally I've never had a problem with the build quality of these, they seem very sturdy and I've had them for over a year, and they're still going strong.
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